Learning to Love Again

Learning to Love Again

“What’s wrong with me? I must not have any emotions at all!” 
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Celebrating God’s Diverse Creation

Celebrating God’s Diverse Creation

Visit Coyote Hill on any given day and you might catch a glimpse of a blonde-hair, blue-eyed child brushing aside the glossy black ringlets of her ebony-eyed sister as she whispers and giggles in her ear. A young girl of Native American descent might be studying the story of the Pilgrims with a young boy
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Overcoming Challenges of Obtaining a Driver’s License

Overcoming Challenges of Obtaining a Driver’s License

“Would you mind if we help you find a car?” Trinity kindly replied, “I would love that. Thank you.” – Every child that calls Coyote Hill home is worthy of love and care and the opportunity for success. Helping a teenager purchase their first car is one of the ways we can show them we
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Challenges of Obtaining a Driver’s License

Challenges of Obtaining a Driver’s License

“Transportation is one of the largest barriers foster youth face in their transition to adulthood. It impacts every aspect of well-being, and has been an impediment to meeting their education and employment goals.” – Foster Youth and Driving Act, H.R 2512
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Helping Them Feel at Home for Christmas

Helping Them Feel at Home for Christmas

Having a new foster child at Christmas time can be challenging for them and for you. How will your family adjust? What can you do to help them feel a part of your family? Some of our staff share from their first-hand experiences.
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Family Therapy, Trust and Bandaids

Family Therapy, Trust and Bandaids

At Coyote Hill, our care is not only focused on the well-being of each individual child, but also on equipping each of our homes to function together as a family. The challenge of connecting children/parents who aren’t related biologically, together with the challenge of their past trauma and emotional needs, can be daunting. Here are
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More Than a Safe Place

More Than a Safe Place

You won’t want to miss a recent article in the Columbia Business Times by Hartley Wright. Here’s a brief excerpt:
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Our Past Does Not Define our Future – Conclusion

Our Past Does Not Define our Future – Conclusion

This is the conclusion of Calvin Temple’s story (read Part 1 of the story HERE.) When I was in sixth grade, I was placed into foster care for the third time. This is when I knew I was going to be a foster kid for the rest of my life.
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.